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Wisconsin is one of the country's first agricultural regions; first national producer of dairy products, pig breeding and mink breeding are also practiced there. Cereals (mainly maize), potatoes, soybeans, tobacco, forage plants, fruits and vegetables are the main crops.

The highly developed forest exploitation makes Wisconsin one of the first national producers of wood.

Iron, copper, gold, money, lead and zinc constitute the essential part of the State's mining resources.

Industry

The main industrial sectors are the wood and paper industry, metallurgy (foundries), agri-food (dairy products and breweries), chemistry, mechanical construction (cars, engines and motorcycles), electrical and electronic industries. Concentrated Milwaukee and Madison, these activities benefit from a particularly efficient river transport network (Mississippi and Great Lakes). Milwaukee is also a very active port on Lake Michigan.

Wisconsin's tourist activity rests on numerous cultural, natural and historical advantages: Milwaukee Arte Center, one of the country's leading natural science museums, the Lizard Mound State Park (Indian tumuli), the Old Wade Covered (former application relay) of Greenbush, or Old World Wisconsin, an open-air museum that features farms built by German and Scandinavian immigrants in the 19th and 19th centuries. The main state university is the University of Wisconsin (founded in 1849 Madison), one of the best known in the country in certain fields, namely the sciences.

Search for private schools in Wisconsin? Here is a directory of K-12 schools in the state of Wisconsin listed county by county. Please follow the link below to see all private K12 schools in your county of Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Private Schools by County
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Major Cities in Wisconsin

Madison

Madison, city ​​and capital of the state of Wisconsin in the United States. It has about 220,000 residents. Madison is a university town and a commercial center. The machinery industry is an important industry. The city was founded in 1837.

Milwaukee

Milwaukee, a city in the state of Wisconsin in the United States with about 591,000 residents, or about 1.8 million with the suburbs. The Milwaukee-Chicago metropolitan area has about 11.1 million residents. The city has a lake port, some food industry and a grain market. He also has a university and college. Milwaukee was founded in 1818.

 

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